Dinner with the Devil

September 19, 2014, 7-10 PM

A Bookend Event

Advertise in the Dinner with the Devil Program

 Julianne Klopotic

During Dinner, music by the Julianne Klopotic Duet

In honor of The Satanic Verses of Bones Banez Gold Folio
Visit The Website: http://tlindall.wix.com/the-satanic-verses

"ONE OF THE GREATEST POEMS OF OUR TIMES describing the ensnarement of 'The Golden Ring of Power.'" Terrance Lindall


The Project: 13 x 19 inches artist’s book of the poems of Bienvenido Bones Banez with 10 Giclee prints of Bienvenido's master works of art on Museo paper with hand painted 24 k gold borders by Terrance Lindall, approximately 60 pages (10 illustrated) signed by Banez and Lindall, Black Velvet Cover. The book contains The Satanic Verses of Bienvenido Bones Banez Jr., an artist deemed by Lindall to be one of the greatest of our time.

“Without a doubt, Terrance Lindall is the foremost illustrator of Paradise Lost in our age, comparable to other great illustrators through the ages, and someone who has achieved a place of high stature for all time.” Dr. Rober J. Wickenheiser, Renowned Milton Collector

“The poetic conceit that Bones is working with is that we're already living in the tribulation of the eschaton, and the poem is his artistic vision, accompanied by vivid, electrifying artworks depicting, in some way, those troubled times." Dr. Horace Jeffery Hodges

“Lindall and Banez! A collaboration made in Book Art Heaven!” James Baldwin Cohen

"Consisting of ten books, lavishly illustrated with Banez visual masterpieces, The Satanic Verses, in alignment with Paradise Lost, contextualizes the devil in times of modernity. The collection obviates man’s archaic fear of the hellmaster, which for six millennia prevented humankind from understanding Divine perfection. From being God’s chief rival in earlier books, Beelzebub, taking advantage of man’s power of reasoning, morphs himself as everything that tempts, pleasures, and taxes man, snaring practically everyone, believers and unbelievers alike. Ultimately, the Prince of Darkness is disclosed with sound philosophy as instrument for the actualization of a higher, yet unrealized, Almighty scheme!" Phillip Somozo

Williamsburg Art & Historical Center, Brooklyn, New York USA